circa 1820 - 1830
Rare early 19th century Regency period rosewood and brass mounted Pembroke supper table. The rectangular top with book matched rosewood veneers is crossbanded with a painted and penwork banding and a brass bonded edge. The highly figured top sits above a brass mounted and inlaid frieze with a single drawer to the front and to the reverse. The oak lined drawers are made with solid rosewood fronts, with a gilded crossbanded border that frames two original gilded ormolu swan neck handles. The drawer fronts are flanked on both sides by gilded lozenge-shaped mounts above a gilded reeded moulding. The supper table is raised on very fine brass mounted rosewood faceted legs, standing on the original brass capped castors.
Height 72.50cm (28.54 inches)
Width 115.00 (with table flaps down - 59.00 cm)cm (45.28 inches)
Depth 92.00cm (36.22 inches)
Stock No: 11267